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Agent A person licensed by the state to conduct real estate transactions.
Agent Property Evaluation A questionnaire filled out by real estate agents while reviewing a listed property. Often completed during the course of a caravan.
Agreed Boundary A compromise boundary to which property owners agree in order to resolve a dispute.
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Courts may order restitution to be paid immediately, or may set a payment plan. Often the court clerk is designated to receive payments, but where restitution is a condition of probation or parole, the probation or parole office may be responsible for collection.
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Because a defendant may be ordered to pay various fines and fees, as well as restitution to one or more victims, a jurisdiction may set out a priority of payments. For example, the law may state that each payment received from a defendant is to be split among all the obligations, or that the restitution must be paid first, followed by fines and fees.
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Many jurisdictions provide that restitution orders become civil judgments. This expands the ability of victims to collect restitution and also means that the orders can remain in effect for many years, typically 10 to 20 years.
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